Inspired by God’s love and compassion, St. Raphael Counseling extends the healing ministry of Jesus Christ by bringing psychology to the service of the Catholic Church in Colorado. We serve children, adolescents, adults, couples, families, schools, and parishes by providing the very best in counseling, assessment, and education.
St. Raphael Counseling
St. Raphael Counseling is a training clinic focused on providing excellent community-based mental health services while also forming outstanding mental health professionals. The St. Raphael Counseling (SRC) Doctoral Internship Program seeks to build on the skills developed during doctoral education and training to form competent entry-level psychologists who can function in a variety of settings. Our staff of 25 therapists treat individuals, couples, and families, in addition to providing counseling services to many Catholic schools in the Denver Metro area. As a ministry of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Denver, we uphold the mission of Catholic Charities and are open to serving all. St. Raphael Counseling provides a unique opportunity for those future psychologists who have a desire to work at the intersection of psychology and faith.
St. Raphael Counseling prides itself on crafting an internship experience tailored to the career interests of each candidate. Interns in the SRC Doctoral Internship Program spend 4-5 days each week engaged in direct client care, with time built in for supervision, note and report writing, dissertation work, and didactic seminars. For interns who wish to work in schools, they can spend 2 days a week working in a Catholic school and the other days at our outpatient clinic. For interns interested in working with seminarians or at the tribunal, we have those options as well.
St. Raphael Counseling Internship
As a member of the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC), St. Raphael Counseling Internship offers a unique opportunity for advanced training for future psychologists.
We pride ourselves as a practice of self-motivated, independent practitioners balanced by an awareness of our need for fellowship and support to be the best therapists we can be. Availability of positions is based on the current need of our Church.
- Masters/Doctoral Degree
- License or in process of gaining licensure for the state of Colorado
- Faithfulness to Catholic Teaching on Morals and the Human Person
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- Faithfulness to Church Teachings
- The heart to develop your calling
- Appropriate education needed